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SECURITY & FRAUD AT&T Breaks Seizure-Causing Tweet Case

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans AT&T can be credited with cracking the identity of a Twitter user who sent an image that caused seizures to a Newsweek … View full post on Become007.com

Fraud Prevention Month: Police provide tips to avoid being scammed

March is Fraud Prevention Month, and also, the beginning of tax season. Waterloo Regional Police’s fraud branch says the majority of fraud reports they’re receiving lately, are from residents claiming they’ve been contacted by the Canada Revenue Agency, and asked to pay a fine. “Never give out personal information about yourself, your bank, your credit history, your birth date, your social insurance number, so private information should never be released,” says Staff Sergeant Alison Bevington. The Canada Revenue Agency and other businesses will not ask for detailed personal information over the phone or e-mail. Read More….

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Investing in Love? Krystal Walter Warns Online Romantic Fraud on the Rise

The Better Business Bureau in partnership with the Competition Bureau and other fraud prevention organizations announced that romantic scams cost Canadians $17 million last year1. Dating apps and websites allow people to connect at any time and in anyplace but consequently reveal vulnerabilities. Krystal Walter, professional matchmaker and owner of Krystal Walter Matchmaking, cautions singles to protect their dating information in the same manner they would their financial information. “We need to treat information we share in our love lives like we do with our finances,” said Walter. Read More….

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How To Avoid Online Dating Scams And Romance Fraud. Tips For Daters And Dating Site Webmasters

Hello, my name is Ben Lovegrove and in this video I’m going to provide tips and advice. For online daters and dating site webmasters about online dating scams, otherwise known.As romance fraud.This video one of a series about creating and running online dating sites so be sure.To subscribe or check my channel for the others.It is an unfortunate fact that with tens of millions of people using online dating sites.Each year there are a few peple who fall prey to the fraudsters and scammers. Read More….

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Cyber Fraud Analyst

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Romance fraud is (much) bigger than you think

You probably know someone who found love through a dating website – perhaps you did yourself. But you may also have seen cases of people who thought they had met someone special online, only to lose thousands of pounds through fraud. You might think that this is a rare crime and, really, people should know better. It might surprise you to learn that romance/dating fraud is a big and growing crime. One person who has fallen victim reports dating fraud every three hours, according to the latest figures from Action Fraud, the fraud reporting centre. Read More….

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Online dating fraud: How to identify the most likely scammer profiles

Around 7.8 million UK adults used online dating sites in 2016, up from just 100,000 in 2000. But just as dating app users are at an all-time high, so is the number of people becoming victims of online dating fraud. A new report by the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau has found that last year, singles were conned out of £39 million by fraudsters they’d met on dating sites and apps. Con artists are increasingly creating fake online profiles and tricking people on dating sites into handing over often large sums of money. Read More….

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Romance Fraud Is All Time High And Here Is Why

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Romance Fraud Is All Time High And Here Is Why

For “romance fraud” is at an all-time high with the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau reporting that 3,889 lonely hearts incurred losses totalling in excess of £39 million in 2016. But now global exclusive matchmaking company – Gray & Farrar – …

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Bayrob Fraud Ring Extradited to US

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Bayrob Fraud Ring Extradited to US

Symantec is claiming victory after a Romanian fraud ring thought to have made as much as $35 million from their illegal activities was arrested and extradited to the US.
Bogdan Nicolescu (aka “Masterfraud”, aka “mf”); Danet Tiberiu (aka “Amightysa”, aka

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Ex-banker guilty of fraud

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Ex-banker guilty of fraud

A former banker who held several senior-level positions in Tuscaloosa and Bibb county has agreed to plead guilty to bank fraud.
John Kevin Vann, 56, has agreed to plead guilty to a federal bank fraud charge, according to U.S. Attorney

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